Mural* painted one of two railway structures at the level crossing at the corner of Rawson Road and Railway Street Woy Woy.
There are two railway crossings in Woy Woy, this one and the underpass from Railway Street to Woy Woy Bay Road near the Home for the Terminally Bewildered in Woy Woy South.
Dolphin enjoying a swim on the shed.
The Local Rag says the murals were painted by Ettalong artist and rail worker Tony Garland. "[T]here are plans to put murals both near Koolewong station and south of Woy Woy station." Those murals are up as well. Also tagged but still looking good.
From the Woy Woy Bay side of the tracks. Railway Street is behind the structures and in front of the trees. Rawson Road is on the right of the picture, heading over to Ocean Beach Road. The blue sign points to "Woy Woy Shopping Area".
This photo was taken on another day, hence the different light.
My favourite bit of the murals. A sunken ship.
The taggers have been at work again on the shed (back). Don't think they're local. Most of what they tag is near the railway line and they're only active every few months. I've seen the same tags in Gosford, the next stop on the faster train.
As Inexplicable Device pointed out, there's not many people in my photos. Well spotted, that witch!
When I started blogging my walkies I took photos with humans and without. The ones with didn't look right. They gave the impression that Woy Woy was crowded. It's got its fair share of traffic and people but it's also quite peaceful. My namesake called it the world's only above ground cemetery for a reason.
* It is of course a muriel, as us Pratchett fans well know, but one must speak Roundworld when one blogs to the heathen masses.